Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal
Community & Government Center
483 Great Neck Road South
Mashpee, MA 02649
Nitana Hicks Greendeer, PhD. - Director
Phone: 508-477-0208 ext. 149
Scott Shepherd - Assistant Director
Phone: 508 477-0208 ext. 178
Anne Foxx- Administrative Assistant
Phone: 508-477-0208 ext. 151
Marcy Hendricks- Child Care Program Manager
Phone: 508-477-0208 ext. 160
Eileen Miranda - CCDF Program Assistant
Phone: 508-477-0208 Ext.152
Gertrude “Kitty” Hendricks-Miller - Indian Education Coordinator
508-477-0208 Ext. 143
John Hanlon - Manager, Building Pathways for Tribal Youth
508-477-0208 ext. 163
If you have any questions give us a call at 508.477.0208 x151 or send an email to Education@mwtribe.com.
Education Dept. Intake & Referral form, Collegiate Under Grad, Graduate
Is to provide and support programs that nurture the positive social and academic development of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal members. For the sustainability of our community we seek to promote and cultivate leadership skills in our youth while, deepening their understanding of tribal history, culture, the natural environment we are entrusted to,. We strive to increase the number of Mashpee Wampanoag’s who enroll, matriculate in, and successfully complete college and graduate school programs. We maintain our mission by working with schools, college colleges and other educational cultural and social institutions to meet our common objectives by exploring avenues and approaches to provide holistic, creative community-based educational programs.
“Building on our past to ensure a strong and healthy future for our community”
Tribal Child Care Voucher Program:
Through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services we provide subsidized Child Care Vouchers to more than 50 low-income and working Native American Families.
Higher Education is so vital for the future of our tribe and with the community’s support we are able to use investor dollars to provide scholarship to over 80 MWT undergraduate and graduate students. WE also provide individual collegiate planning and educational support to help members afford college. Make an appointment with us today!
With Title VII funding, we are able to provide essential tutoring and cultural education to Native American students residing in Barnstable, Falmouth, Wareham, New Bedford and Sandwich Public Schools.
Preserving Our Homelands (POH):
POH is a hands on interactive Summer Science Program serving 6th, 7th, and 8th grade native students, in partnership with MWT’s Natural Resource Department, U.S.G.S. the local science community and the Wampanoag Language Reclamation Program. The Program’s purpose is to facilitate a deep understanding of our cultural and scientific ties to this land our sacred obligations to protect our environment.
The Ed. Committee works with staff members to create policies and procedures to address the Educational needs of our community members.
The committee meets once every three weeks to address our growing departmental needs. The committee also oversees the Education Hardship Requests.
- Cheryl Frye- Cromwell- Tribal Council Liaison
- Keesha Green
- Carlton Hendricks
- Nitana Hicks
- Cassie Jackson
- Morgan Peters,